For Jalen Boyd-Savage, the letters haven’t start to file in. The phone isn’t ringing off the hook, either.

But the junior forward for Paul VI is still at the starting line in the recruiting process.

“Nothing much is going on yet, but I’m not worried,” Boyd-Savage said. “I’m looking forward to it.”

Boyd-Savage — who plays his summer basketball for Jason Thompson Elite — has stats that figure to get some schools’ attention at the Division II level at the very least. And he has been asking some teammates about the process.

“Wisler [Sanon, the Eagles’ junior point guard] has gotten an offer from NJIT, so we’ve talked about the process,” Boyd-Savage said. “I’m looking forward to it here.”

Recruiters are likely to be drawn to Boyd-Savage’s energy and motor on the floor, plus the ability to make an impact at both ends.

“He’s a young man who I think that is a solid 2 with the opportunity in the right situation,” Paul VI coach Tony Devlin said. “I know St. Vincent — he’s the type of kid who they would like to have in their program. The three juniors [Jordanny Pierre, Boyd-Savage and Sanon] all came in together in their freshman year and made a run. And I think people know what they are getting with those guys.”